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					Final Exam Review


   Multimedia
   Spring 2010
iMovie ‘09
           iMovie Desktop

• Study items on the iMovie Desktop sheet
 you completed in class -- pay attention to
 all tools as well as the windows.
    iMovie - Desktop Specifics
• Project Browser
   Shows how your clips are arranged in a project
   Basically, this is your movie -- it contains the clips after
    they have been edited.
   Contains the Project Library
     • Used to open previous projects created in iMovie
• Viewer
   Allows you to preview your video
   Used to crop either video or still images.
  iMovie - Desktop Specifics 2
• Event Browser
   Shows the clips in your Events
    • Basically a storage area for video clips -- NOT a
      part of your movie -- this is raw footage.
    • Also lets you mark clips as favorites or rejected
    • Rejected clips are NOT deleted, they are just
      hidden
   Allows you to access various browsers --
    Music & Sound Effects, Photos, Titles,
    Transitions, and Maps & Backgrounds.
   iMovie Desktop Specifics 3

• Event Library - Lists every Event you’ve
 created to organize video clips in different
 categories
   Events are listed along with the year in which
    the clips were created.
   Events allow you to group video into useful,
    named categories.
                   iMovie - Toolbar

  • Has buttons for most common tasks
     available in menus -- sits in the middle of
     the iMovie Desktop.                    Browsers



    Adjust Thumbnail Size   1 234567                 Volume Levels

Open Camera      1 - Add selection to project     5 - Voiceover
Import Window
                 2 - Mark selection as favorite   6 - Crop, Rotate,
                 3 - Unmark selection             Ken Burns

                 4 - Reject selection             7 - Inspector
             Importing Video
• Can import video clips from files on your
 computer:
   File > Import > Movies
     • Can be added to an existing Event, or to a new
       Event
• Can import from digital video cameras
  through a Firewire connection.
• Can import from your Mac’s built-in iSight
  camera.
          Importing Video 2

• To import from a video camera
   Connect camera to computer with Firewire
    cable
   Click on the Import from Camera button
   In the Import window, click on Import
    • Choose Event options
    • Click Import
    • Click Done when finished
     Previewing Source Video

• To expand or contract the filmstrip and
  change the number of thumbnails shown
  you use the slider at the bottom of the
  Source area (there is also a slider at the
  bottom of the Project Browser).
• Use the red “skimming” line to preview
  clips in the Viewer.
           Making Selections

• To select just a portion of the clips, you
 can:
   Click once on a clip -- by default, it will select
    up to 4 seconds of video;
   Click and drag on the clip -- this will place a
    yellow selection area on the clip.
     • The yellow selection area can be changed by
       dragging on the corners of the box.
     Adding clips to a project

• Two ways to make a clip part of your
 project:
   Select the clip in the Events Browser and then
    drag and drop to the Project Browser
   Select the clip in the Events Browser and then
    click on the “Add to Project” button on the
    Toolbar
           Enhancing Video

• Video (and still pictures) can be
 cropped/resized in iMovie using the Crop
 button and the Viewer --
   Click the Crop button
   Click the clip you want to crop/resize
   Size the green box in the Viewer around the
    part of the clip you want to keep/enlarge
   Click Done
         Editing Your Movie

• To change the order of clips in the
  Project Browser -- simply click and drag
  the clips where you want them to go (drag
  & drop).
• Trimming allows you to change the
  duration of a clip by removing unwanted
  frames.
            Editing Your Movie 2

• Editing in the Events Browser - Basic Editing
   Selecting portion to use in the project
• Project Browser - Advanced Editing
   For still pics, video, and audio -- clips can be
    lengthened/shortened
   Special effects can be added
   Video speed can be changed
   Quality can be changed
     • Includes Exposure, Brightness, Contrast, and Saturation
   Audio -- volume can be changed, faded in/out
        The Precision Editor

• The Precision Editor is a visual editing tool
  that allows you to edit the end of a clip and
  the beginning of the next clip in the same
  window.
   Can also edit the audio portion of a clip.
   Can be used to extend audio from one clip so
    that it plays while another video clip is seen.
                Browsers
• To add pictures - use the Photos button
  to access pics in iPhoto.
• To add Music & Sound Effects - use the
  Music & Sound Effects button.
   Can access music from iTunes or
    GarageBand.
   A wide variety of Sound Effects can be found
    in the iMovie Sound Effects or iLife Sound
    Effects Libraries.
                  Browsers 2
• To add Titles - use the Titles button.
   Can be placed over various styled backgrounds or
    video clips.
   Can use various fonts, colors, and sizes.
• To add Transitions - use the Transitions button.
   Used to move between video clips.
   Includes things like fades, spins and cross dissolves.
                Browsers 3

• Maps and Backgrounds - can be
 accessed through the Maps and
 Backgrounds button
   Contain animated maps that can be used to
    show where video was recorded.
   Maps have three different styles:
    • Globe, Flat Map, and Still Map
                Voiceovers

• To record Voiceovers -- click the
 Voiceovers button to open the Voiceovers
 window.
   Begin recording by clicking on the clip you
    want to place the voiceover on.
   Press the Spacebar to stop recording.
   Close the Voiceovers window when done.
            Special Effects

• Allow you to make clip appear as if it were
  aged, black & white or sepia-toned, or with
  a vignette around it (these are just a few of
  the effects in iMovie).
• Can be accessed by double-clicking the
  clip in the Project Browser and using the
  Clip tab -- choose the effect and click Done
  to apply it to the clip.
                       Sharing
• Used to export movies out of iMovie so that
  others can see your projects.
   Can share to iTunes for use on an iPod, iPhone, or
    AppleTV.
   Can also share straight to:
     •   iDVD
     •   iWeb
     •   YouTube
     •   MobileMe Web Gallery
     •   Media Browser
               Sharing 2

• Can publish to 4 sizes in iTunes, based on
 where you will view your finished movie
 and include:
   Tiny - iPhone (176 x 144)
   Mobile - iPhone/Computer (480 x 272)
   Medium - iPod, AppleTX, Computer (640 x
    360)
   Large - AppleTV, Computer (960 540)
                Sharing 3

• Shared movies are saved to the Movies
  folder inside of your iTunes folder -- they
  can also be played in iTunes.
• Movies can be shared to multiple places
  (iTunes, YouTube, Media Browser, etc…)
• Shared movies can be accessed in other
  iLife programs like GarageBand and iDVD
  through the Media Browser.
HTML
                 HTML Basics
• No Web authoring program is perfect, so it is
    useful to be able to “tweak” the code they
    generate.
•   All HTML documents are text files that can be
    examined and altered with a word processor.
•   For creating HTML, it’s better to use a basic text
    editor like TextEdit or Notepad.
•   If you create your HTML in a word processor you
    will need to save your document as a text file,
    stripping out the formatting codes to get the
    HTML correct.
            HTML Basics 2
• HTML is an acronym for HyperText
  Markup Language.
• HTML was developed so that users of the
  World Wide Web could share documents
  that had consistent formatting.
• The current version of HTML is version 4.
• HTML is actually pretty easy to learn; the
  hardest thing about it is typing it properly.
           HTML Basics 3

• HTML consists of elements called tags --
  these are commands that tell a web
  browser what to display.
• Attributes modify tags in some way -- for
  example -- <P ALIGN=“right”> -- ALIGN is
  an attribute that makes the paragraph align
  to the right of the page (right is a
  definition).
      HTML Tags & Attributes
• The code for HTML consists of tags
  (commands), attributes (modifiers), and
  definitions. Examples & explanations below…..
     • <IMG SRC=“pic.jpg” HEIGHT=“25” WIDTH=“30” alt=“Dog”>
         IMG - image – tag – embeds image on screen
         SRC – source – attribute – defines image file
         HEIGHT – attribute – changes displayed height of image
         WIDTH – attribute – changes displayed width of image
         Alt – Alternate text – attribute – displays text instead of image (if
          needed – for text readers, blocked images, etc…)
         “pics.jpg,” “25,” “30,” & “dog” -- are all definitions
HTML Tags & Attributes 2
• <P></P>
    Paragraph – tag – begins new paragraph, leaves blank line in
     between
• <BR>
    Line Break – tag – moves item to next line
• <UL></UL>
    Unnumbered List – tag – creates list with bullets
• <LI>
    List Item – tag – identifies item as part of list
• <OL></OL>
    Ordered List – tag – creates list with numbers/letters
• <A HREF=“http://www.gcisd-k12.org”></A>
    A – anchor - tag – creates anchor
    HREF – Hyperlink Reference – attribute – creates link
    http://www.gcisd-k12.org is a definition
HTML Tags & Attributes 3
• <FONT SIZE=“5” FACE=“arial” color=“#ccffcc”> </FONT>
      Font – tag – defines text onscreen
      SIZE – attribute – sets font size
      FACE – attribute – sets font to be displayed
      Color – attribute – sets font color
• <TABLE border="3">
    Table – tag – defines table used on page for design/layout
    Border – attribute – defines border size of table
• <BODY BGCOLOR=“# ccffcc” link="color">
    Body – tag – contains contents of web site
    Link – attribute – defines color of unvisited link
• <INPUT type="checkbox">
    Input – tag – creates input item for a form
    Type – attribute – defines the type of input item to be displayed
                 Web Design

• 5 Basic Rules of Web Design
   Your web site should…
    •   Be easy to Read
    •   Be easy to Navigate
    •   Be easy to Find
    •   Have layout and Design consistent throughout site
    •   Be quick to download (15 seconds)
 Web Design - Picture Formats
• Differences between GIF & JPEG:
   GIF
     •   Can have transparent background
     •   Can have animation
     •   Best for simple images with little color change
     •   No gradients
     •   Line art and flat colors OK


   JPEG
     • Best used for photos, lots of color change
     • Good for gradients, shadow, etc…
     • Images with detailed tonal qualities
           Web Design - Colors
• Best color combination is dark background with
    light-colored text.
•   Good color combinations: White w/black text or
    Light yellow w/Dark blue text
•   There are 216 Web-Safe colors – these colors
    are the same in ALL browsers
•   Colors to stay away from: Red & Yellow
     They cause eye fatigue and can make visitors not
      want to stay on your site.
• Use color sparingly -- too much of a good thing
    drives people away
        Web Design - Fonts

• Rule of thumb -- Use Common Fonts
• If the viewer does not have the font, they
  will see the default (usually Times New
  Roman).
• Fancy Fonts -- Keep to a minimum, convert
  to a pic if you MUST use (but remember
  that the more pics you have, the longer the
  download time is.)
  Web Design - Miscellaneous

• Link colors – can be changed, best to stay
  with default because that is what most
  people are used to: unvisited links are
  BLUE, visited links are PURPLE or RED
• Update your web pages as often as
  needed
Flash 8
                Flash Info

• Flash was created to generate vector-
  based graphics that could be easily
  delivered over the WWW.
• Flash file formats
   FLA -- work files that can be changed
   SWF -- finished files that can be shared for
    view with the Flash Player or embedded on a
    web page
                  Flash Info 2
• The Stage is where you create your work.
• Items on the Stage are organized in Frames, on
    a Timeline, in a Scene.
•   The Timeline contains individual frames (or cells)
    of content.
•   Tools are used to draw and create artwork on the
    Stage.
•   The Properties Inspector shows the details of the
    artwork or content on the Stage.
               Flash Info 3

• The panels in Flash 8 help you with the
  design & structure of your Flash Movie.
• The panels in Flash 8 are located on the
  right side of the Flash Interface -- they can
  be moved, closed, etc…

• STUDY THE FLASH TOOLS SHEET!!!!!
Dreamweaver 8
          Dreamweaver???

• Dreamweaver 8 is a professional HTML
  editor that allows you to design, code, and
  develop web pages/sites/applications.
• It is often referred to as a WYSIWYG editor
  because what you type in the document
  window is what you see in the web
  browser (WYSIWYG stands for What You
  See Is What You Get).
      Dreamweaver Interface
• Lets you view documents and object
  properties.
• Places most of the common operations in
  toolbars so that you can quickly make
  changes to your documents.
• Dreamweaver provides an integrated
  workspace with an all-in-one window
  containing all of the windows and panels
  needed to create a web page.
      DW Document Window
• Shows the current document in one of
 three different views:
   Design View -- a design environment for visual
    page layout, visual editing, and rapid
    application development (WYSIWYG view).
   Code View -- a hand coding environment for
    writing and editing HTML code.
   Code and Design View -- lets you view both
    Code and Design views in a single window.
                  DW Insert Bar
• Contains buttons for creating and inserting
  objects such as tables, layers, and images.
   Buttons are organized into several categories which
    can be accessed using the dropdown menu on the left
    side of the Insert Bar.
   Some categories include:
     •   Common
     •   Layout
     •   Forms
     •   HTML
     •   Text
     •   Flash Elements
     •   Favorites
           DW Insert Bar 2

• Common - enables you to create and insert
  the most commonly used objects, such as
  images and tables.
• Layout - enables you to insert tables, DIV
  tags, layers, and frames.
• Forms - contains buttons for creating forms
  and inserting form elements.
            DW Insert Bar 3

• HTML - enables you to insert HTML tags
  for horizontal rules, head content, tables,
  frames, and scripts.
• Text - enables you to insert a variety of text
  and list formatting tags.
• Favorites - lets you group and organize the
  Insert Bar buttons you use the most in one
  common place.
    Dreamweaver Miscellaneous
• The Files Panel lets you view and manage files
    in your Dreamweaver Site.
•   The Properties Inspector lets you examine and
    edit the most common properties for the currently
    selected item (text, pic, table, etc…).


          STUDY THE ITEMS ON THE
       DREAMWEAVER 8 INTRO SHEET!!!!!

				
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